Amongst all lines of Airwheel, there are various kinds of electric self-balancing scooter. They can be grouped into three types by the wheel structure—the single-wheeled intelligent scooter, the twin-wheeled intelligent scooter and the two-wheeled intelligent scooter.
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The change from the single-wheeled structure to the twin-wheeled structure has a far-reaching influence on the development of Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter. Apart from the way to classify Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter, it is also common to categorise Airwheel intelligent self-balancing scooters into three modes by its mode of ride. The sit-on, stand-on and the dual mode of rise constitute the whole series.
For most models of Airwheel, the stand-on mode of ride is the mainstream. The stand-on mode is mainly for the recreational purpose. A study on the electric self-balancing scooter claims that the stand-on mode is good for enhancing the recreational nature of the electric self-balancing scooter. In addition to the recreational nature, an outlet to show off the amazing wheelie of the riders takes a certain importance. The stand-on mode of rise is also intended for this purpose. After all, the rider will be more agile when he stands on the Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter.
Ever since many customers made endless complaints that they felt tired especially after a long trip, Airwheel developed a brand new mode of ride, i.e. the sit-on mode. This mode of ride got its first try-out on Airwheel two-heeled smart electric bike A3. The sit-on mode brings about a more comfortable ride to the user. Thereby this new mode of ride laid down a solid customer base for the future.
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Subsequently, Airwheel integrated the two modes of ride into one in Airwheel S6 and S8. The dual mode of ride offers the rider the opportunity to freely choose the mode of ride. The dual mode of ride restores the fun, entertainment and comfort.